Information for incoming LHS Students and Families

  • How does Lincoln communicate with students and families?

    Lincoln offers many different communication offerings in addition to our main webpage. We also encourage you to submit information that you think we can share with our community.

    Weekley Bulletin: Posted daily on the main LHS webpage. Requests for articles to be included in the Weekley Bulletin may be sent to lhsbulletin@gmail.com before noon the day before you want it posted. 

    Lincoln Athletics: More information can be found by at the Lincoln Athletics website Lincoln Athletics Athletic news can be sent to jrussell@pps.net to be posted on the Athletics web page.

    Cardinal Times: the student newspaper, published monthly. Letters to the editor can be submitted in Rm 122 or put in the Cardinal Times box in Main Office. You can sign up for home delivery of the Cardinal Times at registration.

    Principal Chapman’s listserve: Announcements of student academic, athletic or other school-related successes may be sent to the principal’s list serve: peytonc@pps.net

    How does my student get to Lincoln?

    PPS provides either a free Trimet pass or a school school bus service to the Skyline and Forest Heights area (only).

    PPS Routes and times can be found on the PPS student transportation websitehttp://www.pps.k12.or.us/depts-c/bus/ or call the office at 503-916-6901.

    Information on Trimet fares and routes are available at http://trimet.org/ or by calling Trimet: 503-238-RIDE (7433)

    The TriMet pass is valid September through June 30 and can be used any day of the week at any time. Students attending Education Options programs are included in the program. Funding is provided through business energy tax credits; the passes do not cost PPS additional money. 
     


    What lunch options does my student have for lunch at Lincoln?

    Students have many lunch options and we have an open campus during the 35 minute lunch break.

    Our Cafeteriawe have a wide variety of choices, an online payment system and lunch only costs $2.80! Also, Microwaves are available for student use near the student store. 

        


    In addition, there are several local quick serve restaurants close by including:

             


    What does my student need to know about fall sports?


    Please click here for information. 

     

     


    Does Lincoln have a supply list for students?

    Unlike middle school, Lincoln High School does not have a supply list for students. Students should arrive on the first day of school with paper and pencils. Each teacher will discuss with their students what they expect students to have for class. Lincoln strives for one to one technology in the classroom and recommends each student have a chromebook for class. Students who qualify for Free & Reduced Lunch can purchase discounted chromebooks to assist with this goal. For more information contact Laura Lambert at llambert@pps.net.